Portugal is a country with a very vast history and close to Brazil. In addition to having delicious cuisine and low prices compared to other European countries. All this, added to the beautiful landscapes and the possibility to visit everything using a car, make Portugal, especially its capital, Lisbon, are a destination present in many travel plans.

But for that to happen, you must choose a hotel that has everything you need to feel comfortable outside your home. THE Martinhal Chiado offers this convenience to its guests, the hotel is totally family oriented and is always ready to receive its customers.

Martinhal Chiado

Martinhal Chiado Lisbon

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The hotel occupies a mansion where Portuguese nobles lived. Martinhal Chiado was the first urban hotel designed by the families of the Elegant Group – the group responsible for hotels in the Martinhal chain. The development, aimed at receiving families who want to get to know Lisbon, has a special program for children and all the security for parents to feel safe in leaving their children in the hotel's responsibility.

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Structure 

In total, the hotel has 37 apartments with contemporary decor and equipped with a complete structure, with kitchen, microwave, air conditioning, refrigerator, kitchen utensils, sofa, television, among other amenities. In addition, Martinhal Chiado offers non-smoking rooms, family rooms and suites.

Martinhal Chiado Lisbon

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The hotel offers several services for guests, such as: breakfast, airport transfer, bar, wi-fi, parking, cafeteria, restaurant, car rental, laundry, among others. For families with children, the hotel also offers: children's TV channels, babysitting service, recreation, indoor children's space, board games and puzzles, baby carriage and a kids' club.

Sustainability is one of the fundamental principles for Martinhal Chiado, in Lisbon. According to the hotel's website, environmental factors were considered from the planning stage of the first hotel, back in 2010, to ensure the development of a sustainable enterprise. For over 10 years, the Group has been working continuously to integrate sustainable practices into hotels.

Location

The hotel is located in Chiado, a historic district of Lisbon. In addition to getting to know the neighborhood, visitors who stayed at the hotel can get to know the Santa Justa Elevator. It is a metallic tower where two cabins circulate that connect Rua do Ouro and Rua do Carmo to Largo do Carmo.

The property is a six-minute walk from the lively Bairro Alto, which has several bars and restaurants. The Alfama district, famous for its fado houses and narrow streets, is 1.5 km away. São Jorge Castle is 1.8 km from the property. Lisbon International Airport is 10 km from Martinhal Lisbon Chiado.

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